The greatest constant in the life of Raimond Puts (1937â2012) was, no doubt, a science of technical engineering. The machine designer he later became developed this talent already at a very early age when he played around with his toy box. Mechanical science has fascinated him since. During his technical education he was trained in the craft of metalwork.
Growing up, Mr. Puts began building models from accessible materials such as strip iron, mosquito nets and paper. He became attracted to the challenges of making geometric shapes and models. Over the years he has experimented with all sorts of shapes and materials, and his constructions became more refined. By making use of the LED-technique, Puts found an extremely productive combination. In his work he searched for the ideal integration of beauty and functionality with minimal means and maximum results.
Mr. Puts was not only interested in the exterior results. His objects stand as models for a world where everything is connected. This conceptual simplicity shows in each of the iconic designs of Raimond collection.